Washington Post sources stated that a Muslim girl was found dead a day after she was assaulted near a mosque in the US state of Virginia and a suspect has been arrested and the victim was identified as 17 year old Nabra Hassanen of Reston and her body was found in a pond.
Meanwhile it was stated that Fairfax County police identified the suspect as 22 year old Darwin Martinez Torres and charged him with murder and according to accounts from police and an All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) official, a group of four or five teenagers including Nabra had visited a restaurant to have a late-night meal after prayers during the holy month of Ramadan.
about 4 a.m., the group was confronted by Torres as they walked on a street and
they ran into a mosque, but one of them, Nabra, was left behind and was later
reported as missing and moreover the police conducted an hour long search
around Dranesville Road and Woodson Drive in Herndon and remains thought to be
the girl’s were found about 3 p.m. on Sunday in a pond in Sterling and the
girl’s mother said detectives told her that Nabra was struck with a metal bat.
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